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Training for elk season with a beautiful hike in Woody Creek

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Aspen official report: This past weekend saw the annual changing of the guard in terms of color in the high country. With a nip in the air and leaves starting to turn, it’s a good time to cover some miles in training for any sport or activity, but especially if you have the good fortune of hunting these amazing mountains and valleys we live in.

Aspen Times mountain correspondent Corby Anderson takes a Monday morning hike in national forest land just outside of Woody Creek in this report, loading up his ruck with 70 pounds of barbells to get those shoulders and legs ready for the grueling elk hunts that will soon be underway, and underfoot.

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